Top 10 Articles of May 2010
- Compiled & Edited by Crosswalk Editorial Staff
- 2010 1 Jun
The Christian Bucket List: 50 Things Every Believer Should Do before Heaven
by Joe McKeever
Let's try to do the right thing here and come up with some positive, non-alcoholic deeds which every disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ should do before departing this earthly sod.
Finding Hope When life Drives You to the Edge
by Cindi McMenamin
I remember a season of my life in which I was feeling desperate. I wanted out of the frustration, out of the house, out of everything. But I didn't know where to go...
Choosing a Bible Translation
by Daniel B. Wallace
Before the year 1881, you had three choices for an English Bible translation: the KJV, the KJV, or the KJV. Obviously, this is no longer the case. How did the King James Version get dethroned? Which translation is best today? Are any of the modern translations faithful to the original?
He Said-She Said: The Desires of Your Heart
by Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle
A reader asks: "It's been two years since my last relationship, and I'm still single with that same desire for marriage—only it is stronger than before. At what point will I know if this desire is from the Lord or my flesh?" Read more to see how "he" and "she" have responded.
Five Steps to Peace in a Really Bad Situation
by Paul Dean
How do you get peace in a really bad situation? You may be in the fight of your life financially and about to lose your home. It may be that you've been diagnosed with lung cancer as my father-in-law was last week. It may be that your marriage is falling apart. You fill in the blank. We're either headed into a crisis, in the midst of one, or coming out of one. Now coming out of one is great. But how can we get peace if we're headed into or in the midst of a crisis?
How to Discover Your True Identity
by Whitney Hopler
Self-discovery is a freedom that only leads to frustration in the end. The only way to discover who you really are is to seek a relationship with the God who made you. It's about getting in touch with The Vertical Self .
Action-Packed Robin Hood Runs Long
by Christian Hamaker
Despite its 2 hours and 20 minutes running time, it's hard to look away from the well-composed images and action spectacles of Robin Hood , and from the compelling actors trying to make something interesting of characters that should have been better fleshed out.
When Your Spouse Doesn't Share Your Christian Faith
by Cindi McMenamin
When Jennifer married, she didn't realize the seriousness of committing herself in marriage to a man who didn't share her faith. For more than 35 years she has been married to a man who wants "nothing to do with religion."
"Should We Marry If We're Theologically Divided?" (My Response)
by Russell Moore
A while back I posted a question from Calvin, a Reformed dispensationalist fundamentalist, and Aimee, a Pentecostal, who have fallen in love and want to get married. Y'all gave a spirited round of responses. Here are my thoughts on the question...
Ancient Words, New Light: How Studying Psalms Prepared a Pastor
by Kevin Adams
"My friend's 3-month-old granddaughter died last night," said the caller. "They don't know what to do and don't have a church. Is there any chance you could visit them?" Even a weary pastor on his day off recognizes a holy moment. "I'll be right there," I said...